Here's the 2X4 I made for today's Wednesday Stamper. I used: cereal box cardboard, dye inks, book text, sharpies, gold krylon pen, wine label, bee stamp, flower stamp, love stamp, german gold foil flowers and edging, brads, tea stained teabag paper and I thinks that's it.
Here's a little something about the number 47: it is a prime number, a safe prime, a supersingular prime, a Lucas prime. 47 is a highly cototient number. It is an Einstein prime. It is a Keith number. 47 is a strictly non-palindromic number. 47 is a prime Thabit number. 47 is a Carol number. It's also the weight of a famous rooster for which the wine "Rex-Goliath 47 Pound Rooster" is named.
What's the big deal about No. 47? I'm currently reading a beautifully written book, "The Housekeeper and the Professor," by Yoko Ogawa. The professor is a mathematician, so the elegance of numbers such as No. 47 is interwoven throughout the book. It's just cool :)